Improve relationships with your colleagues and clients through more effective listening and online practice.Enroll Now
20 online lessons
1.5 hours to complete
Understand the importance of active listening and practice your skills in online simulations
Learn how to recall details and pick up on subtle cues
Adapt a listening mindset and stop yourself interrupting
Build effective listening behaviors, from nonverbal cues to making people feel heard
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Active listening is what makes someone a truly gifted communicator. It can help you succeed in your job, make good impressions on your colleagues, and help you become a great leader.
Despite what many people think, listening is a skill that can be taught. This course covers topics to make you a great listening, including how to understand subtle cues, keep an open mind while listening and see the bigger picture of what's being said.
Active listening skills are so important in the workplace and our personal lives because they build trust with the speaker and leads to more successful conversations.
This course is designed to improve your active listening skills.
For maximum learning, this includes online simulations in which you can practice a variety of listening skills.
This blended course is made up of three key parts to accelerate your learning:
Learn fundamental techniques and strategies for active listening through articles, example videos and analysis.
After completing the classes, practice your active listening in online simulations and practice scenarios.
After you practice your listening skills, you will either take a quiz to test your listening or self-evaluate.
Practice your active listening in online simulations which can be accessed directly through your web browser.
There are 5 simulations in this course, which allow you to practice:
These simulations and practice scenarios include quizzes to test your listening abilities, as well as self assessment.
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Learners in simulations
Faster than classroom training